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SCHEV Report: Public colleges and universities hold down tuition and fees in 2020-21

Tuition and mandatory fees for academic year 2020-21 at Virginia’s public higher education institutions remain largely unchanged from last year for the majority of in-state undergraduate students as a result of institutions’ boards being more sensitive to the economic status of students and parents resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, according to the annual Tuition & Fees Report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). Read the release >>

Segregation Forever: New Report Shows Selective Universities Failing Black And Latino Students

"The Education Trust released a report this month that presents extremely discouraging news regarding the number of Black and Latino students enrolled in America’s 101 most selective public colleges and universities. Using letter grades to indicate the relative diversity of each institution’s student body, the report gave an F to the majority of institutions it evaluated. In many cases the enrollment of Black and Latino students is lower than it was 20 years ago," reports Forbes.

As Virginia colleges prepare to reopen, some parents, faculty sound an alarm

"As a rising senior at Virginia Tech, Andrew Williams is “strongly encouraged” to test negative for COVID-19 before arriving on the Blacksburg campus next month. But he probably won’t get that test. Not unless such an opportunity becomes more widely available around his home in the Hampton Roads area, where he works as a construction site inspector," reports The Roanoke Times.


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